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Value Prime Rib

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by BiGP, Jun 29, 2014.

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  1. BiGP

    BiGP Low-Roller

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    Where is a great place to indulge in a hearty piece of prime rib? Either on or off the strip? Value defined as $9.99 and up?:evillaugh
     
  2. westie

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    Ellis Island - the LVA has 50% off an entree coupon or bring a friend and use it as a 2 for 1

    $12.99

    King Cut Prime Rib

    a large cut of prime beef, slow roasted served with baked potato. includes ei beer or root beer
     
  3. dmr

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    Jerry's Nugget! Kind of off the beaten path and terribly under-rated!

    Comes in three cut sizes: Large, Ginormous, and Cardiologist Nightmare! The smallest one is almost too much for me.

    Food is very good and quite reasonable. It's very "old school" in ambiance and the casino is not too bad either.
     
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    Market St Cafe inside The Cal downtown has a $9.99 Prime Rib meal that typically hits the spot.
     
  5. leo21

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    Ellis Island definitely. The Prime Rib special at the Courtyard Cafe in Orleans was pretty good, too.
     
  6. breanna61

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    Palms has a Prime Rib special all day every day, $8.99 and very good!
     
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    +1 on Ellis Island and Market Street Cafe. One comes with a beer and the other with salad bar and dessert (cherries jubilee ice cream!), good times.
     
  8. BiGP

    BiGP Low-Roller

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    Thank you everyone for the replies :thumbsup:
     
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    I enjoy the 4 Queens Prime Rib- Angus. 2 for 1 are pretty available.
     
  10. jbee

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    I must admit that I have not tried the others, but Primarily Prim Rib at South Point has very good prime with a great atmosphere.
     
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    Jimbo's suggestion is one of the longest running and best value plays. It also includes dessert.
     
  12. dianenjnj

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    we always have the prime rib at the 4 queens. if you go, be sure to get a player's card for a discount!
     
  13. lisaloveslv

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    The Prime Rib Loft at Orleans never disappoints. I always have to have prime rib once while in Vegas!
     
  14. Aplayer2

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    For a good value prime rib El Cortez Cafe never disappoints---Get twofer coupons in their mailer makes it even better. Always more than I need to eat. Quality is as good as in the Flame.
     
  15. Okie21

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    Surprisingly, the best prime rib I have had was at Mad Onion at Hooters. I played $10-25 BJ for 2 hours and was friendly with the pit, who gave me a comp as I was leaving. Granted I had drank for those two hours, so perhaps anything would have tasted good, but I'm pretty sure it would have been tasty regardless.
     
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